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Inaugural Rally in the Valley at Sweetens CoveJoin the Tennessee Golf Foundation and PGA Tour professional Scott Stallings on September 20th for our inaugural Rally In The Valley at Sweetens Cove! Its the can't miss event of the fall and spots are filling fast!

Simpson etches name in history at 107th Tennessee State Amateur ChampionshipKnoxville-native Lance Simpson ties course record at Cherokee Country Club on his way to winning the 2022 Tennessee Amateur Championship.

Wilcox earns first professional win at Tennessee Women’s OpenIn just her second event as a professional, Adeena Wilcox secured her first championship.

Hunneke completes marathon week with a win at Men's Match PlayHayden Hunneke (Chattanooga) earned his first Tennessee Golf Association victory with a 2 & 1 win over Ryan Greer at 2022 Men's Match Play Championship

Four Tennesseans to compete in Inaugural US Adaptive OpenJordan Thomas (Nashville), Luke Carroll (Old Hickory), Brandon Rowland (Jackson) and Alex Fourie (Knoxville) will represent the Volunteer State at Pinehurst later this month.

Christopher hangs on to win Girl's Junior ChampionshipSophie Christopher (Germantown) kept the field at bay to capture a victory at Henry Horton Golf Course.

PGA HOPE TENNESSEE graduate Steve Reed named National AmbassadorThe Tennessee Golf Foundation is excited to announce that Steve Reed of Franklin has been selected by PGA REACH as a PGA HOPE National Ambassador.

Back-nine birdie-flurry earns Morris, Simpson Four-Ball victoryJack Morris (Franklin) and Lance Simpson (Knoxville) take home the Orvis Milner trophy a year after their runner-up finish in the same event.

Lim goes wire-to-wire to capture her first TGA titleGallatin's Lynn Lim led for the entire tournament to win the 90th Women's Amateur at Chickasaw Country Club.

A perfect Father's Day ends with a Cobb family winPeter and Alex Cobb took home top prize at the 2022 Parent-Child Championship hosted by Stonehenge Golf Club.

Cunningham beats the heat and the field in FranklinClarksville's McKinley Cunningham got redemption as she took home first place in the 2nd Annual Women's Match Play Championship one year after her runner-up finish.

Hawkins overcomes weather to capture the 73rd State Open titlePoor weather didn't mean poor play at the 2022 Tennessee State Open as Knoxville's Brad Hawkins secured the win.

Tennesseans Ingram, Heck return to Curtis Cup in 2022Nashville's Sarah Ingram returns as the captain for the United States team and Memphis-native Rachel Heck makes her second appearance on the squad.

Kids Play Free MARATHON at Concord Park Golf CourseSupport your Knoxville area junior golfers by pledging to the Kids Play Free Golf Marathon. Junior golfers playing throughout the month of June will win prizes based on how much money they raise through their campaign.

Meet the TGA's interns for the 2022 Championship seasonThe Tennessee Golf Association welcomes four interns for the 2022 season.

Days after winning a national title, three Lee University golfers qualify for State OpenLee University teammates qualify for Tennessee State Open four days after winning NCAA D2 National Championship.

Champions crowned at Senior & Super Senior Four-BallSteve Luper & Tim Pugh win the Senior Four-Ball while Danny Green teams with Tim Dinwiddie to capture the Super Senior Four-Ball.

First Tee of Tennessee Awarded Grant from Nashville Predators FoundationThe First Tee of Tennessee was recently awarded a grant from the Nashville Predators Foundation to support programming and First Tee college scholarships. Thank you to the Nashville Predators and all those who supported the SmileDirectClub Helper Grants.

Josh Shelton joins TGA as newest Communications ManagerTGA is please to announce Josh Shelton as the Manager of Communications & Marketing, replacing Darren Reese who moved over to the TGF full time.

PGA Hope Expands to the Tri Cities RegionJeremy Beachner is passionate about golf and helping members of the military.

And now he’s putting those two passions together. Beachner, a Tri-Cities-based teaching pro, is leading the local efforts for a program called PGA HOPE, which brings veterans to the golf course to teach them the game and help enhance their mental, social and physical well being.